Hamilton/ New Zealand – At the Hamilton Int´l Airport on the North Island we simulated an engine failure with a Diamond Aircraft DA42 in a controlled environment. Hereby it was possible to not only study the effect on the aircraft itself, but also to find out about the effects on the flight controls. Problems of flight simulator manufacturers, especially those of lower qualification levels, is to try to replicate the aircrafts handling characteristics very accurately via adding a force feed-back system with the actual flight dynamics and forces as to be found in the real aircraft. Mostly, at lower qualification levels, manufacturers are not always able to replicate these forces to the customers satisfaction, because of lack of expertise or budegtary reasons, i.e. having a state-of-the-art Force Feed-back System/ Control Loading System bereit zu stellen.